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Belfast Weekly News - 7 July, 1894

Missing Friends

JOHNSTON: Wanted to know the whereabouts of Mary Johnston, who was last heard of as living at Kilmeague, County Kildare, about twenty years ago. She was then going to Manchester to her mother. Her brothers, Robert and John Johnston also left Ireland. She lived a long time with her sister, at Mrs Naylors, Bruff, County Limerick. Her sister, Margaret Johnson, 21 New Lodge Road, Belfast will be glad to hear from her.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 14 July, 1894

Missing Friends

BURTON: Information wanted of Wingfield Burton, at one time living at Kilderney, near Corrobey(?). He will hear something to his advantage by applying to Rev. Isaac Mitchell, Rector of Kiltoom, Athlone. American and Australian papers please copy.

MENEELY: Wanted to know the whereabouts of William J. Meneely, last heard of eight years ago, when valet with Lord Dunraven.- James Meneely, 212 North Quay, Gartaherrie(?) Coatbridge.

 

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Belfast Weekly News - 28 July, 1894

Missing Friends

Rev. D.C. Bates, of St John's Vicarage, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales wishes to announce, with regret, the death of Samuel SLOAN, aged 38 years, a native of Belfast, who has been in Australia 14 years. He died at above place on 30th May 1894, and his relatives can have further information by application to the address given above.

FERGUSON: Left his home on Saturday, the 7th inst., John Ferguson, aged 12 years, was clad in blue topcoat, brown vest, dark trousers, blue cap, barefooted. Information will be thankfully received by his parents, 30 Warwick Street, Belfast.

GRAHAM: James Graham, of Ballymullen, supposed to have left Belfast for Canada, U.S.A, about 14 years ago. If he will communicate with the Editor of the Belfast Weekly News he will hear something to his advantage. American papers please copy.

 

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